We know that there are riders that want value for money, a lovely event with family and friends and a good quality competition – rewarded at the finals. Events that are a maximum 2-3 hours away in the south, rather than 5-6 hours north.
Pony Club offers the most amazing opportunities to riders young and older, and we would be the first to promote this organisation. For those wanting or needing a “next step” approach of training, we want to be able to support riders, ponies and parents on this journey, but at the same time as enjoying a family weekend, with a competition and practice at an affordable price.
We have been very fortunate to have had a wonderful following that have supported us via Pony club events and MGAGB but with their companies’ restrictions we want to be individual – still offer practice at area to international level for individuals, pairs and teams with support and training too if required – we’re proud of what we can offer and will develop with our sponsors for the future of our sport and continue to promote all levels of ability.
Our events are planned in advance, not to clash with other major events, not to be priced to make a profit (as we have no wages to be paid), nor to bring any other organisation down, it is merely to give children (and adults) on ponies the ability to compete more locally within the sports they love.
We welcomeriders and their families of all abilities from the tiny tots on lead reins to budding international riders. Encouraging individuals – possibly without a “pair or team” to get one with our help. Rosie will keep a base list of riders looking for new “ring friends” – to get you started or get you more experience.
Welcome to EGUK – Equestrian Games UK Ltd.
Jo Morris, Rosie Thornton, Claire Hawkins,  Annie Morris, Kate Morris
See – The Committee to find out more about us


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